ATLANTA, July 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Wright A. Jones, renowned double board certified
Dr. Wright A. Jones, founder and medical director of Muse Plastic Surgery, had a very specific vision in mind when creating the practice. His aesthetic skill can be customized to meet the cosmetic goals and unique needs of his patients who travel from all over the world. Muse Plastic Surgery is based on the fundamentals of delivering superior surgical results without sacrificing high quality patient care.
"The new name is a better reflection of our practice. We remain steadfast to the tenets of safe medicine, but our philosophy has evolved to include a major emphasis on the artistic implications of each technique. We are inspired by each patient to create something beautiful based on their individual characteristics."
Dr. Jones is a native of Georgia with a passion for the field of plastic surgery that developed at a very early age, and has continued to shape and guide his educational trajectory. After receiving his undergraduate degree in Biology from Fort Valley State University, and his Medical Degree from Meharry Medical College, Dr. Jones went on to complete his Residency in General Surgery at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. Jones performed his Residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the prestigious Emory University School of Medicine where he worked side by side with world-renowned plastic surgeons, honing his surgical skills while utilizing cutting edge reconstructive and plastic surgery techniques. Dr. Jones has a special interest in rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery and body contouring.
For more information on Muse Plastic Surgery, visit www.WrightJonesPlasticSurgery.com
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